Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro comes with a number of subtle design changes but the most significant shift is Apple ditching the Butterfly mechanism keyboard in favour of the standard scissor-switch.
Or if you're planning to buy a new MacBook, is it worth investing in a newly released model or purchase the older model at a knockdown price?
Apple has not revealed the launch date of the 16-inch MacBook Pro in India. This was not possible with the "Butterfly" or "V" style keys introduced by Apple.
Creative professionals such as photographers, designers, and video editors, would prefer the larger screen size and resolution of the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The aim of using this particular style keys was to make the keyboard slimmer or an overall slimmer profile of the laptops. An iFixit teardown confirms this, and reveals that the Magic Keyboard of the MacBook Pro is actually a familiar one.
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The 16-inch MacBook Pro sports the 9th generation i7 Intel processor, 16GB of memory, 512GB of ultrafast SSD storage, a capable UHD Graphics by Intel, Retina Display with True Tone technology and Touch ID and Touch Bar.
Apple did not mention the departure of earlier MacBook Pro models, announcing the 16-inch MacBook Pro via a press statement.
To check if Apple Stores in your area have stock, head to the 16-inch MacBook Pro page on Apple's website, choose your desired configuration, select "check availability", and enter your city or ZIP code. There's also a much lower risk of breaking them when you need to remove or replace them.